Our Favourite Pancakes in Toronto

10-10-19 | Best In Toronto

What can you stack high, cover in syrup and make them seem healthier by adding fruit? You guessed right – it’s the fluffy breakfast staple from paradise! Few things tastes better on a Sunday morning, so why wouldn’t you want to know some of the best pancake places in Toronto?

SMITH – 553 Church Street

An ever-increasing institution in the Church-Wellesley village, this classic brunch spot serve up physics-defining fluffy pancakes in a beautifully-designed setting. Topped with whipped cream, a strawberry syrup and a subtle graham crumble, you’ll do well to finish this gargantuan plate of sublime food.

Mildred’s Temple Kitchen – 85 Hanna Avenue

Everyone has their own list of quality pancake locales, but there are few who would exclude the now-famous pancakes from this Liberty Village haunt. No table order is complete without the thick delicacy infused with blueberry and buttermilk. Ideal for the warmer climes when their patio section brings in people from across the city.

Aunties and Uncles – 74 Lippincott Street

Nestled just north of the trendy Kensington Market, this boutique establishment offers a filling and scrumptious banana oatmeal pancakes. An ideal vegan option, you’ll feel as healthy as you will replenished after visiting these delightful brunch specialists.

School – 70 Fraser Avenue

Okay, so they call them flapjacks in this Liberty village mainstay, but don’t be fooled – these are pancakes in the purest sense of the word. The self-proclaimed ‘stacked high’ with black and blueberry sauce, brown sugar butter, real whipped cream and pure maple syrup, and I don’t we need to give many more reasons to try them out (but the décor is amazing!)


Have we left any beacons of fluffy goodness off our list? Get in touch to let us know!

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